Provide plenty of sunshine, water and fertilizer for the pink jasmine vine, pruning it in the fall and bringing it inside when the temperature becomes too cold. Caring for the pink jasmine requires fertilizer, pruning shears, a tall support structure and a spray bottle. Weekly maintenance insures good results.
- Plant the pink jasmine in the proper location
Choose a location that receives a minimum of 4 hours of sunlight. The soil should be loose and well-drained.
- Water the pink jasmine
Water the pink jasmine as soon as it is planted, continuing to water the plant whenever the soil feels dry to the touch. Mist the leaves of the plant to increase the humidity.
- Fertilize every two weeks
Apply a 15-30-15 fertilizer to the base of the plant every two weeks to encourage blooming.
- Prune the plant
Train the vines to climb an arbor or trellis, or trim the plant into a bush shape. Remove the spent flowers in the fall.
- Move the plant indoors in cooler weather
Once outside temperatures drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit at night, move the plant indoors to insure survival over the winter. The plant continues to bloom indoors and can be placed outside again in the spring.